The hotel was nice and clean. service was excellent. the hotel has a gym, spa, pool, and a lot more to keep you entertained...including free wifi. the included breakfast buffet was excellent, the staff were all helpful and friendly especially the outlet manager - Som Pea who we saw everyday working, he helped give us information on places to go to in siem reap. the hotel is 1km from the old market and tuk-tuk drivers will usually charge 1-2$ to get there.
“Wonderful hotel but poor soundproofing between rooms”
My wife and I stated at the Sokha for 4 nights in May 2014. We instantly loved the place: I was just settling into writing a glowing review in my room when it sounded like a Khmer argument started in the room next door. Our room has an interconnecting door and the (very loud) Khmer lady who clearly just moved in next door may as well have been standing in our room.
Soundproofing aside, the hotel is wonderful: lovely rooms, decent wifi, beautiful pool area, great gym, excellent breakfast and food to due for. We ate poolside once, at Le Chantou (Khmer and Western) once and had room service once and every time the food was fantastic and very reasonably priced.
/>We paid USD100 per night including breakfast and I feel we received excellent value for money.
Will definitely be back but will be requesting a non-interconnecting room.
Room Tip: Request a non-interconnecting room.
“beautiful hotel, friendly service”
“Great hotel, thieving staff.”
We stayed at the Sokha Angkor resort last week and it was beautiful and was in a great location. The staff seemed very friendly, however we had several things stolen from our room throughout our stay. Items included 5 pairs of sunglasses and a camera. Luckily we locked up our passports and money in the safe. The sunglasses were not if great value so they were left in our suitcases. On one of the days we forgot to lock up the camera as it was at the bottom of a bag. This was stolen too. To find this staff had to have rifled through my closed suitcase opened a bag which was covered with clothes right at the bottom, opened this and sifted through other items within this bag eg jumpers ect.
Absolutely ruined the trip as the
Stayed at this beautiful hotel on a recent visit to see the temples of Siam Reap...everything about this hotel was fantastic.Our room,which overlooked the pool,was amazing....huge and beautifully appointed.Excellent pool and surrounds , wonderful attentive staff, lovely breakfasts..all contributed to a brilliant ,memorable stay.Highly recommended if visiting this area!!!!
“Far better than we were expecting”
Stayed here as part of a tour, so not our choice specifically. However, the hotel itself exceeded our expectations, probably helped by the fact that we had a superior room overlooking the pool, with a lovely little balcony. Bedroom was very well equipped and bed was huge. Bathroom had large central raised bath (didn't use it, but it looked good) with lovely walk in shower. Two types of bathrobe - nice touch. Our only issue was the room was very hot and I struggled to work the air con controls. Breakfast was a bit of a mess with lots of tour customers all milling around. General concierge and reception desk people were helpful. The location is good and we got a tuktuk just outside to take us to aMore ⇓